Valley News welcomes Reader Advisory Board

The Valley News Reader Advisory Board members for 2024-25 are, top row from left: Brandon Arvesen, Nicole Ford Burley, Tracey Rich Dugdale and Laura Hercod; middle row from left: William Kearney, Andrea Bueno Keen, Genevieve Kozlowski and Dawna Neron; bottom row from left: Jeffrey Parsonnet, Greg Potter and Tim Sheble-Hall. (Courtesy photographs)

The Valley News Reader Advisory Board members for 2024-25 are, top row from left: Brandon Arvesen, Nicole Ford Burley, Tracey Rich Dugdale and Laura Hercod; middle row from left: William Kearney, Andrea Bueno Keen, Genevieve Kozlowski and Dawna Neron; bottom row from left: Jeffrey Parsonnet, Greg Potter and Tim Sheble-Hall. (Courtesy photographs)

Published: 06-14-2024 5:01 PM

WEST LEBANON — The Valley News has selected the members of its inaugural Reader Advisory Board, an initiative to bring readers and community-minded individuals together to talk about local news.

These 11 individuals were selected from a pool of more than 60 applicants: Brandon Arvesen, Nicole Ford Burley, Tracey Rich Dugdale, Laura Hercod, William Kearney, Andrea Bueno Keen, Genevieve Kozlowski, Dawna Neron, Jeffrey Parsonnet, Greg Potter and Tim Sheble-Hall.

More information about them is online at: nnedigital.ac-page.com/vn-readerboardbios2024.

For the next two years, our board members will meet quarterly with Valley News editors, reporters and staff to learn how things work — from advertising and digital to editorial and printing. As our liaisons to the community, they’ll share what’s going on in their neighborhoods.

Our inaugural board represents several towns in the Upper Valley, from Lebanon to West Windsor to Tunbridge, as well as expertise in medicine, law, education and business. Some are lifelong Upper Valley residents and others are new to the Twin States.

To learn more about the Reader Advisory Board, visit our website. For those interested in joining the board in the future, please keep an eye out for the application for the 2026 cohort.

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